- Permanent Residents at the Asheville Art Museum
- Michael Rooks To Receive the Nexus Award
- Hagedorn Foundation Gallery Has (Not) Closed
- Q&A: Catching up with Maggie Ginestra
- 200 Words: John Harlan Norris at Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock
- Q&A: Jane Garver On Her Upcoming “Process Residency”
- Transcending Signifiers in “Identified: A Queer Variety Show”
- 200 Words: Sarah Hobbs at the Carson McCullers Center in Columbus
- BURNING QUESTIONS: My Show Got Dissed!
- BURNAWAY’s Random and Biased Guide to the ATL Film Festival
All posts tagged "Anne Dennington"
Dodge & Burn: Reminiscing Over Past Art Crush Interviews
While gearing up for the Art Crush Bash 2012, we started looking back over some of our earliest photos and interviews.
- Posted February 16, 2012
Postmortem: FLUX 2011
Is it possible to imagine an apocalypse marked by tenderness, change, survival, and human contact, instead of extinction? The most powerful works at Friday’s FLUX event set about the task of standing up to our culture’s nearly...
- Posted October 4, 2011
Q&A with Anne Dennington for a Preview of FLUX 2011
On Friday, September 30, 2011, Flux Projects is once again starting the next few months of Atlanta’s artistic endeavors with its FLUX event, a sprawling outdoor experimental art exhibit in Castleberry Hill (click here for BURNAWAY’s review...
- Posted September 21, 2011
Photos and Review of Zoetic’s Catch & Release in Centennial Park
When I say that the Zoetic Dance Ensemble performed in the Fountain of Rings at Centennial Olympic Park over the weekend, I truly mean “in the fountain” and not just “in front of” or “nearby.” Sponsored by...
- Posted May 25, 2011
Flux Projects and Rise Up Atlanta restore life to art in Freedom Park
It was a bright Saturday afternoon in Freedom Park when I met Charlie Brouwer standing before his completed sculpture, Rise Up Atlanta, a 45-foot-tall pyramid-like tower comprising 188 ladders on loan from neighbors and local businesses. Sparkling...
- Posted May 11, 2011
Gyun Hur’s Lenox project pushes toward true diversity in Atlanta art
Chop, chop. Chop, chop, chop. “I literally just see them as pigments and as my palette to create an image or a visual phenomenon on the floor or in the space,” said Gyun Hur. Chop, chop. Boxes...
- Posted March 24, 2011
Postmortem: FLUX 2010
By the time our group arrived in Atlanta’s Castleberry Hill arts district on October 1, the evening’s first scheduled performances were already underway. It was the night of FLUX 2010, downtown Atlanta’s annual one-night public art event...
- Posted October 16, 2010